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:00 p.m. on hln. tomorrow, stacy london is my co-host. >>> a family reunited with their dog who disappeared four years ago. how the pooch was found. >>> the health department investigates a bay area deli after dozens come down with the norovirus. >>> and the 49er players who made anti-gay comments now speaking out -- at noon. ao >>> sort of the fact that a cluster of them all got sick, they sort of associated it with that food. >> 50 people sickened by the norovirus, how it was all linked to a bay area deli. >>> garn. i'm tori campbell. -- good afternoon. i'm tori campbell. >>> a east bay deli is shut down after people got sick. claudine wong tells us what we've learned about the outbreak and how it's spread. >> reporter: yes, the health department now says there were 50 people sickened by the norovirus. two people that worked at this deli and 48 people that went to an event that was catered by the deli. now the deli is back open right now, the health department has given it the green light. but both the department and the owners of that deli agree there are lessons from this th
: stacy and kevin are proud parents of an 8-week- old baby boy. but their home sweet home is making them lose more sleep than the baby. they only have a one bedroom unit, so the crib is in their closet, and they can't sell, because stacy bout it as part of a tic, where co-owners buy in together. after eight years, they're still waiting to convert. >> goes slower and slower each time, because there are more applicants competing for the same number of spots. >> reporter: san francisco only allows 200 condo conversions every year. city officials say the number of tic's has grown to more than 2,000. >> it used to take, five, six, seven years to win the condo lottery. it's now looking more like 20 years. >> reporter: the line to speak went out the door, and snaked around the hallway. opponents held a rally outside. they say the law is bad, and would only encourage investors to snatch up housing units currently needed for renters. >> you have people that just want to take a profit, and take rental units off the market. >> my fear is that by opening the flood gates allowing these condos to conv
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